I'm attempting to apply a technique I read about here:
It's a simple enough technique: for semi-transparent
div backgrounds, you rely on standard alpha-tranparent
pngs for the standards compliant values. For IE, you
rely on their proprietary image filters.
However, the IE half doesn't seem to work for me. I
get completely backgroundless boxes instead:
Works fine in Firefox, just not apparently in IE 6.
I couldn't figure out what I didn't adapt correctly
from Lloyd's page -- really, there doesn't seem much
room to go wrong -- so after some reflection, I
decided to grab his white 75% opaque png and try that
on my page:
Interestingly enough, this sortof *does* work. At
least in the nav and links divs. Note, however, the
complete lack of presence of the content div -- even
though all three of said divs actually have the same
class, which contains the transparency related info.
So in summary: some PNGs appear not to work at all
with IE (mine were created by Fireworks). Other PNGs
appear to work, but only on 2/3 divs on a given page.
Any ideas as to what's going on?
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